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Treating Multiple Myeloma Through Stem Cell Transplantation

The human body is made up of living cells. In a normal body, these cells grow and divide on a daily basis and the old cells die in order to make way for new cells. Cells divide at a much faster rate during the early years of a person’s life while in the later years, […]

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Advanced Technologies in Cancer Treatment Allow for Better Diagnosis and The Way Ahead

The human body is made up of living cells. In a normal body, these cells grow and divide on a daily basis and the old cells die in order to make way for new cells. Cancer sets in when cells in the human body start growing at an abnormal rate and is different from the […]

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STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION

Treating Cancer Through Stem Cell Transplantation

Understanding the Treatment, Process and Risks Associated The human body is made up of living cells. In a normal body, these cells grow and divide on a daily basis and the old cells die in order to make way for new cells. Cancer sets in when cells start growing at an abnormal rate and is […]

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Kidney Transplant What You Need To Know

Kidney Transplant: What You Need To Know

Kidneys play one of the most vital functions in the human body. However, sometimes the kidneys lost its ability to work properly. This is known as kidney or renal failure. Renal failure occurs when a person’s kidney is not doing its function of cleansing the blood. The two most common types of disease that lead […]

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Hematoma and Pulmonary Embolism- The Story of a Winner

I am Agnes Semana from Uganda. I was diagnosed with hematoma and pulmonary embolism. I met various doctors and went to multiple hospitals who diagnosed me for different symptoms but nobody could correctly point out what was wrong with me. I was given painkillers for the pain I was going through and I was even […]

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Treating Prostate Cancer in India

My name is Michael Mambo. I am 53 years old and from Nairobi, Kenya in Africa. I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in the end of August. I had gone for a checkup and in that process they noticed that my PSA was very high and diagnosed me with Prostate Cancer after some tests. We […]

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Kidney Transplant for Incompatible Recipients

Dr. Robert Montgomery, a Transplant surgeon and a Director at the John Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center talks about kidney transplants and the methodology followed when a patient is incompatible to a kidney transplant. Renal failure is a condition when a person’s kidney is not doing its function of cleansing the blood and this could often […]

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The Simplicity of a Single Incision Sleeve Gastrectomy

The Simplicity of a Single Incision Sleeve Gastrectomy

I searched the internet extensively and looked up more than a dozen people, places and websites. Doctors Beyond Borders seemed most professional and promising. As someone looking for a bariatric surgery I was sending out my information to as many people as I could because I was trying to reach out. I was convinced about […]

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Treating Colon Cancer in India

My mother was diagnosed with Colon Cancer. The reports showed Stage 2 of the cancer and we needed a partner who could help us with information. There is no information widely available about which hospital and doctor could help patients like my mum the best so that we could make an informed decision. We found […]

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Understanding Brain, Neck And Head Cancer With Renowned Oncologist, Dr. Hukku

Dr. Hukku, Senior Consultant and Chairman, Radiation and Oncology, talks of the various types of head, neck and brain cancer, the treatments available and its side effects. Q: What is cancer and oncology? Dr. Hukku: Cancer is the unruly development of human cells and oncology is the treatment of cancer. Normally cells grow to a particular […]

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